Microplastics in Human Blood: Cardiovascular Risk
Microplastics in Human Blood: Cardiovascular Risk

An investigation disclosed in the esteemed journal “Environment International” unveils minute remnants of microplastics within.

Image of a lab setting with researchers working on gene therapy for X-linked sideroblastic anemia.
Gene Therapy Offers Hope for X-linked Sideroblastic Anemia

ALAS2 gene mutations that are essential for the synthesis of heme, a critical component of.

"Mini Brains" created from stem cells for Alzheimer's research
Mini Brains: Advancing Alzheimer’s Research

In summary, scientists created microscopic “mini-brains” using stem cells to aid in the identification and.

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Linked to Parkinson's Disease
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

Both inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Parkinson’s disease (PD) are chronic inflammatory conditions, and some.

Rhenium-188 Skin Cancer Therapy Study for NMSC
NMSC Skin Cancer: Rhenium-188 as Surgery Alternative

According to a recent study published in Healthcare, rhenium-188 skin cancer therapy (RSCT) is a.

Traumatic Brain Injury Study Findings
WLST and TBI Recovery: Hope After Injury

According to a recent study published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Neurotrauma, over 30% of.

Ketogenic Diet Improves Mental Health, Reducing Stress and Enhancing Mood
Ketogenic Diet Improves Mental Health, Reducing Stress and Enhancing Mood

In a recent study published in the esteemed journal Nutrition, researchers from Northumbria University in.

showing racial disparities in breast cancer treatment refusal rates
Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Treatment Refusal

Age, public insurance status, lack of insurance, comorbidities, nonmetastatic illness, lower tumor grade, and being.

Urbanization May Reduce Global Infectious Diseases Risk
Urbanization May Reduce Global Infectious Diseases Risk

In a recent meta-analysis published in the esteemed journal Nature, scholars compile, scrutinize, and deliberate.

Chronic Sleep Deprivation and Psychosis Risk Study
Psychosis Risk: Chronic Sleep Loss in Childhood

In brief, young adults who suffer from chronic sleep deprivation from infancy through early adolescence.